The “Emperor’s Garden” rug inspiring this design is an exquisite example of the “Peking” style which gained status and popularity during the latter decades of the 19th century. This was a time when China opened its vast workforce, in the form of large weaving “factories," to the Western world. A trademark of this style, which reached its zenith of popularity during the 1940s, is its use of pictorial elements, such as pagodas, vases, and realistically drawn flowers, birds and butterflies.
Design © Caravan Classics
Made in the USA
Book Rug dimensions - approximate finished size 7” × 1.25” (including fringe) and .07" thick.